Aksys Games, a publisher of interactive entertainment software, is proud to announce that the next installment in the hit fighting game series BlazBlue, BlazBlue: Continuum Shift EXTEND, will be coming to North America for the PS Vita. With the devious, all new playable character Relius Clover, new story scenarios, new gameplay modes, and competitively balanced action, BlazBlue: Continuum Shift EXTEND makes a grand return to home consoles and the new frontier!
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Rated 4 out of
HUGE BANG FOR YOUR BUCKS!Lets make this a quick one. FIGHTING GAME FAN?: Its worth it. A new style of marvel vs capcom but kinda plays like Persona 4 Arena. WHAT IS THERE TO DO OFFLINE?: There is arcade, versus, score attack, unlimitedmars, training, tutorial, challenge, abyss, story, and of course, ONLINE mode. So many options to do offline when you want to play the game. STORY OF THE GAME INTERESTING?: Yes it is very interesting. This game even includes most of the first game to be playable in this package (Calamity Trigger). You get to play a story of 19 CHARACTERS each and they are very good, long, decent animations and scenes. ANY ACHIEVEMENTS THAT ARE WORTH DOING?: Besides from Playstation Trophies Achievements(some what always hard and not fun to do), They have GALLERY MODE, where you can unlock amazing graphic wallpapers, pictures, illustrations from contests that won. They all look great! HECK I EVEN SCREENSHOT FOR MY NEW PS VITA WALLPAPER! Overall. To unlock them, you just need to level up your PROFILE RANK in the game. Thats all there is to it, enjoy the game itself while at the same time you're leveling up. ENJOY THIS GAME. I just bought it for $8 WHOPPING BUCKS! So much content for a PS VITA GAME. Well done! ENJOY MY NEW PS VITA BROTHERS AND SISTERS.
Date published: 2015-09-06
Rated 4 out of
BLAZBLUE CHRONO PHANTASMA5 new characters phineas Ferb buford Baljeet isabella from phineas and FERB blazblue chrono phantasma january 28 2013
Date published: 2013-01-20
Rated 5 out of
If you believe in happiness, buy NOW.Graphics: The 2D graphics are gorgeous, from the animations to the character designs.
Controls: There are two versions, technical and stylish. Technical is supercomplex (which is why the whiner below gave it a 1), but once you master it with the extensive tutorials, you will realized why everyone in Kagutsuchi thinks Ragna is the Grim Reaper... And there's stylish, which is somewhat close to button-mashing but excellent anyways (you'll still look and FEEL cool)
Story: One word: Epic. This is the best non-RPG story I've ever had the joy of experiencing. From the tender moments to epic scenes, Blazblue rocks! (Warning: you will have to play the 20-hour story mode twice to understand it all...) but once everything clicks, you realize how genius Arc System Works is.( Another Warning: Japan's cultural differences make some parts... quirky, to say the least =D Tao....)
Soundtrack: From quiet ballads to hard-rock battle themes, this one goes high on my list. The variety is staggering.
Content: Loads of it, from bonus modes to unlockables, this game easily hits the triple-digit playtime clock easily, competing with Disgaea 3 for replayability on Vita.
Multiplayer: Great. Matchmaking pits you against equally powerful opponents. Lag rarely happened, and I have slow wifi.
Conclusion: The best fighter I've ever played, beating out UMvC3 and Soulcalibur. If yo own a Vita, buy it now...
Date published: 2012-12-15
Rated 1 out of
It was a Complete Letdown -_-...Now I understand from the other reviews that this game has great action and Great sound... But better graphics, don't make a better game... The Action is awesome, But the Control of the game kills it... When I first played the story, I thought I was doing something wrong. BUT NO.. The prolbem was that you can hold the D-pad or the joystick to move the character... U have to repeleaty press it... Then They were talking about A,B, C, D buttons.... I would say that I am being very rude... But How Am I suppose to remember that A=O or B=X.... It was just stressful for me and I became complety Mad at this game.... Just don't play it, It isn't like MGS where the control is clunkey... This game makes it impossible for you to move....
Date published: 2012-09-15
Rated 4 out of
If you can only play one fighter make it BlazBlueBeing the only fighting game series I could ever get into BlazBlue has offered me some of the greatest experiences in gaming in the last four years and I'm glad to continue that experience on my Vita. From the swift excellent fighting system that blows other fighters like Marvel Vs. Capcom and Street Fighter outta the water, the most varied characters and unique fighting styles I've ever come across in a fighting game, to the down-right gorgeous hand-drawn anime graphics that makes the game impressive to look at BlazBlue is most likely the best fighter of this generation. An excellent and massive story mode that actually tells a good story in a fighting game and gave the characters personalities and detailed back stories made them even more enjoyable to play. Overall I haven't been disappointed in BlazBlue yet and I'll be sticking around til the very end of this great series.
Date published: 2012-08-11
Rated 5 out of
great gameI bought this game when it came out and it really is worth the buck. First 2d fighting game i've played in awhile which is fun and nice. Game responds good and graphics are nice and the nice feature is that we can play online against other people.
Date published: 2012-07-20
Rated 4 out of
Graphically stunning with precision control!GAMEPLAY & CONTROL: I had my reservations about this game, being a fan of BB and Guilty Gear on the consoles. I was glad to discover that this game controls faithfully to its console counterparts. I honestly would call the control in this version to be absolutely precise. The analog stick lends itself to performing moves exceedingly well, and this is coming from someone who typically sticks to the directional pad for fighting games. The only negative about this section, however, is the learning curve. It's no major learning curve, though perhaps a tad more than the typical fighter. GRAPHICS: From the characters themselves to the vivid stages of battle, the graphics are beautiful. The 2D sprites come to life during battle with as much detail as any modern polygon-based game. There really isn't much to say, other than this game is graphically astounding. SOUND: All the audio is fine, it works great. The voice-acting is par for the course as is such for most anime-related games. My only complaint is the lack of variety in the music tracks. Out of the various tracks that play during battle, only one really sticks out in my mind. REPLAYABILITY/LASTING APPEAL: Even for those who aren't exceptionally great at fighting games, there is still enough content here to keep non-hardcore gamers happy. With the Score Attack, Abyss (survival with RPG elements), Challenge, and a few other modes, you don't have to be a fighting game guru to have fun with this one. Speaking of modes, the Story Mode is far more story based than actual gameplay, which is great for those who enjoy visual novels. All in all this game is wonderful, well-worth the price of admission.
Date published: 2012-04-15
Rated 5 out of
AMA..........ZING get it get it get it GET ITwhen i started playing this game i thought it looked just like the ps3 ver it felt really good to play it.... total eye candy a must have for any 2D fighting fan